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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo-goˈgo-go adjective American English informal  1 a go-go period of time is one in which prices and the amount workers are paid increase very quickly the go-go 1980s2 go-go stocks increase in value very quickly in a short period of time, but involve a lot of risk
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go-goThousands of people became millionaires during the go-go 1980s.Budapest has the go-go feel of a city on the move and fine restaurants to match.We've invested in several go-go medical stocks.Our sense of history in this go-go society is fragile.
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